Aaron Rodgers said Friday that he wasn’t sure what his future was with the Green Bay Packers.
Rodgers said ESPN the future is as hazy as ever as he heads into the possible final season with the team. Rodgers has an outing before the start of the 2022 season.
“So far, it’s definitely been my team. I said last year that I didn’t know if that was really possible so I could finish there. I still feel like that’s what we’re doing. I don’t know if a lot of that is in my hands. we’ll see it as we go, “Rodgers said.
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When ESPN host Kenny Mayne asked Rodgers to come out and say he wanted to be a Packer for life, Rodgers responded, “Ken, you and I know that’s not how it works.”
The Packers paid Rodgers’ $ 6.8 million roster bonus last month instead of restructuring it to make more room in the salary cap as Green Bay entered the offseason.
Rodgers won the 2020 NFL MVP award. He had a league-leading 48 touchdown passes with 4,299 passing yards and just five interceptions. He hasn’t pitched more than eight picks in a season since 2010.
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Packers CEO Mark Murphy did not speak about Rodgers’ contract talks when he spoke to reporters last week.
“I’m not going to get into any individual player or any problem in that regard,” Murphy said when asked about the tension between the team and Rodgers.
Speculation about Rodgers’ future began when the quarterback said he didn’t know what the future would look like after the team’s NFC Championship loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Packers general manager Brian Gutekunst made it clear after the NFC Championship that Rodgers was in the organization’s plans.
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“He’s obviously under contract and he’s playing at an extremely high level,” Gutekunst said at the time. “What we’re trying to do as an organization and what we’re trying to accomplish, we can’t do without Aaron Rodgers right now. He’s such an important part of what we’ve done. He’s such an important part of what.” what we are doing now and certainly in the future. “
Associated Press contributed to this report.